Studio Temp is a design studio founded in 2007 in the small city of Bergamo by Guido Gregorio Daminelli, Fausto Giliberti and Marco Fasolini.
Guido, Fausto and Marco met as teenagers, and haven’t stopped working together ever since. Studio Temp works on printed media, art direction, visual identity and web design.
Scope of work starts from a first consultancy, set to establish clever forms of design that can range from art direction, to visual identity, down to website and exhibition design.
Working both internationally and locally, with individuals, brands and institutions, on projects that often vary in scale and complexity, Studio Temp’s main goal is to establish long-term relationships with its clients and partners. And help them build a solid, design-driven strategy.

Fausto and Marco have a strong, ongoing relationship with Mousse Publishing, being at the core of its design team, working internationally with some of the greatest contemporary art institutions, from artists to curators to museums. Guido is the head of the web department, developing tailored and progressive designs, as well as programming intelligent, responsive platforms.

We worked for: adidas Originals, The Blank, Fondazione Donizetti, GaMec Bergamo, ICA London, Lovato Electric, Mousse Publishing, Multiconsult, OnSiteStudio, Peep-Hole, Rivista Undici, Studio, VICE, and many others.

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Selected Exhibitions
— The New Italian Design, Triennale  Design Museum, Cannery Galleries, Academy of Art University, San Francisco,  2013
— Millennium Magazines, MoMa, New York 2011 (with Peep-Hole Sheet)
— Fai – La mano del grafico, Milan 2011
— Graphic Design Worlds, Triennale Design Museum, Milan 2011
— Quali Cose Siamo, Triennale Design Museum, Milan 2010
— Wonder Room, Alessandro Dal Buoni Curated by Studio Temp, Milan 2010
— Obscolescenza (With Tankboys), Galleria Vastagamma, Pordenone 2009
— Teach me 6: Very Very Stupid IUAV (Venezia), 2009
— Attraversamenti, Graphic Design Festival, Umbria 2007
— Coffee.N.Televisiøn, The Very Big Button, Bergamo 2007

— Università IUAV, Venice and Treviso
— Libera Università di Bolzano

Selected Publications
— Idea Magazine (Japan), issue n°371, October 2015
— The New Italian Design, Triennale  Design Museum,  2013
— La Mano del Grafico, Moleskine, 2011
— Graphic Magazine #18 – Workshop Issue, Seoul 2011
— Graphic Design Worlds, Milan 2011
— Manystuff #2, About Your Process, Paris 2010
— Farheneit 39, Ravenna 2010
— Etapes Grafiques #169, 2009
— Spaghetti Grafica, Milan 2010
— Progetto Grafico #10, Milan 2007

Studio Temp
via Locatelli 62
24121 Bergamo
T: +39 035 270436

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Catalogue archive
A.E. Abstract Existencek

Catalogue for a series of exhibitions curated by BACO inside Bergamo’s former conservatory. All exhibitions are associated by the fact that all artists involved have been asked to work with the concept of abstraction. The catalogue’s typography uses two colors, white and black, on a dark blue background, in order to insert the characters in some sort of abstract universe, with a non-linear reading.


Ryan McGinley – The Four Seasonsk

Book design for Ryan McGinley’s Exhibition “The Four Seasons” at GAMeC Gallery, Bergamo.
The book can be read both horizontally and vertically.

A Blind Man in His Gardenk

For the exhibition “A Blind Man In His Garden”, held at Zurich’s Luma Foundation, we worked on both identity and catalogue.
We structured our work together with one of our printers, Stefano Fusaro. According to the exhibition’s concept, all curators were to chose the works without ever seeing them in person. So we decided to add some complexity to the communication as well. Disassembling part of the dampening unit of the printing machine, in order to decrease water, and make it insufficient to leave a precise impression. While doing so, we also used a simple hairdryer to dry out the plate, so that the ink would stick even where the master wasn’t engraved. The final result is a two-colors gradient, constantly changing, that overlaps the titles of all exhibited works.

Raw Raw Edizionik

RawRaw is an independent publishing house run by Massimiliano Bomba. In 2015, Massimiliano asked us to take care of their book series “Paper Space Collection”, curated by Davide Giannella. The series aims at using each book as a gallery, presenting unreleased works by contemporary artists.
Each book is accompanied by the production of an artist multiple.

Bea De Giacomo – Portfolio
Alla fine della linea

Catalogue for the exhibition “Vitrine” at GAM, Turin.

Le stanzek

Catalogue for a series of exhibitions at Le Stanze. Published by TBS Print.

III3 Moodboardk

Book for Manuel Bonfanti.